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CATTLE. LIVERPOOL, Monday.—The supply of cattle was larger than on last Monday, and included 280 Canadians. Sheep were also in larger supply. The demand was slow for cattle at about late rates for the best; other sorts, being affected by the foreign supply, were rather easier. For sheep a dull trade at lower prices. Beef, 6d to 8jd; mutton, 8d to lid per lb. There were 1,146 cattle and 3,928 sheep at market. LONDON, Monday.—Trade has been somewhat heavy in the beast market, and prices are lower for all breeds with the exception of a few early sales of prime quality. British arrivals comprised 350 Scotch, 1,100 Norfolk, Suffolk, and Essex, and 1,180 midland and home counties. Sheep market quiet, with downward tendency in values. Lambs in limited request, and again lower. Calves and pigs steady. Prices Beef, 4s 6d to 5s lOd mutton, 4s 6d to 6& 2d; veal, 5s 6d to 7s pork, 3s 6d to 5s; lamb, 7s 4d to 8s 4d. Numbers at market: Beasts, 3,750; sheep and lambs, 13,130; calves, 280; pigs, 20; including 1,120 foreign beasts 10.

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